Michael Conforto Named Second-Team All-America By Baseball America
Jan. 31, 2013
DURHAM, N.C. - Oregon State sophomore outfielder Michael Conforto has been named a second-team preseason All-American by Baseball America, which announced its three teams on Thursday.
Conforto hit .349 last season and drove in 76 runs on the strength of 13 home runs. It's his fourth preseason honor as the Washington native was named a preseason first teamer by Collegiate Baseball, Perfect Game and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA).
Conforto is one of nine Pac-12 Conference players on the three teams. Baseball America created its preseason All-America teams by polling Major League Baseball scouting directors.
Mini Plans, Season Tickets On Sale
Mini plan and group tickets for the 2013 Oregon State baseball went on sale last week through beavertickets.com, 1-800-GOBEAVS and in person at the Gill Coliseum ticket office.
Fans have two different options for mini plans this season. The first, the Orange Pride Pack is good for any five home games (excluding the two games with Oregon) and costs $60 for infield reserve tickets and $30 for outfield general admission seats.
Fans also have the option of purchasing a Series Pack, which includes all three games of a series. Those tickets cost $42 for infield reserved seats and $21 for outfield general admission tickets.
Group tickets are also available starting Wednesday. A minimum of 12 tickets purchased to a game (excluding games against Oregon) will go for $10 per ticket for infield reserved seats and $5 for outfield seats.
Season tickets for the season are still available for $400 for infield reserved seats ($360 for senior citizens). Fans who purchase season tickets are guaranteed the same seats the entire season and are given priority toward purchasing postseason should the Beavers host an NCAA Regional or Super Regional - or both.
Single-game tickets for the 2013 season go on sale Monday, Feb. 4. Single-game seats are $20 per game for infield reserved seats and $10 for outfield general admission tickets.
The Beavers open their 2013 campaign Feb. 15 when taking on Utah Valley in Palm Springs, Calif. OSU plays four in Palm Springs before a four-game series the following weekend at San Diego State. The club then returns home for its 2013 Goss Stadium opener March 1 when hosting Bryant.
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